OCR Interpretation


The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, May 06, 1891, Image 2

Image and text provided by West Virginia University

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84026844/1891-05-06/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

flje SnMlioeitccr.
I'rcw, I m?i>l?<II ?Si if*rt. Prop'?.
J28CEDLAILY, 6KM1-V- KLKLY A WUKLY.
TbliM* :
By M?I1,1oilege t rte In the Celled 6tatc*.
Daily, One Year.~....~......"-?.??~~?? 00
Daily, dix Monui* 4 <*>
Daily, Three Monthly ? * 00
Daily. One Month 00
HUI^ WLT, una Ye*r? 3 001
B?ii.W***LY,BUKoiitb?..~? ? iaa
Wuucly, One Ye*r...-.~~- - 1 00
vi'KKKLY, tl* Monlhl 0?
wl.. ii.ii* ivTniiDf.in ! Delivered by
Curlers n< Wheeling kua aa latent town* at 13
ccuta per week.
wbbing to aabtcrlbe to the Dailv
Jmtm lh<kM:bm can do m> bjr M-bdlng lu their order*
10 the l.iiEixiMiMcxit oOlceon 1'uatai Card
or otbrrwltu Th?j will bo punctually aervod
by carrier;.
TKLEIHONE KUMBKF8:
Editorial Kooiuv * 3 1
Coaming Woom * * 0
[Ktitered at ibe ro*i"fllce at Wheeling, W.Va.,
aa aecond data matter.)
WHEELING, MAY 0, 1891.
Tub Obio situation looks like a bout
between Campbell and McKinley for
Governor. McKinley will get Campbell'*
second term.
Italy wants a big lot of our tobacco
this year. Unless she begins soon to
behave bcttersho will have to sit up and
beg for it before she gets it.
8kb how hicely nature provides,
Western wheat was growing too fast foi
its own good. Along came a little snow
B'.orm and checked this precocious tend;ncy.
If we had a photograph, or even tin?
type, of the broad American smile Mr
filaino is bestowing oh the fuming Mar
quis di Rudini, it would give us great
pleasure to forward the same to the Ital
IUU OlftVCOUJiiH.
Mb. WiutTinoiioudK thinks Pittsburgh
will havo natural K?a for six yean
longer; after that the sarno plants wil
furnish artificial gaa*'for heating par
pos?s, bat tho price may be as high aj
sixty cents per thousand cubic feet. Al
that price only tho wealthy will indulge
in the luxury.
Gmcuiistances si-em to be paving lh<
way for an easy triumph for Governoi
0 loipbell in tho Democratic convention
Th* Governor's friends think that Neal
his most dangerous probable competitor
his gracefully enccumbtd and wil
throw "up his hat for Campbell. Kecent
events have pointed in this direction.
Mb. II. 0. Fbiceb, tho coke manufac
turer, says he ia through dealing with
outsider?. Hj will confer with none
but hid employes toaching a settlement
of the strike or any other question af
fectiug tho labor employed by him. He
cannot understand what men from a
distance have to do with his business.
Rbv. Da. Hbiibb Newton is not only
. 1 l..i _ i.-14
an oDservaui uiuu uuv a uwu ?ur, nuu
is never afraid to- strike out from the
shoulder. In a sermon last Sunday he
said:
Tho other day wo feat In tbl* city one of the
uoblwt men wh?ra cur generation nan known,
who hud given his time and atrwngtb for yean
to a HnguJar.'y who and courageous endeavor to
limit the gigantic evil of lutomjxjrauuo in out
mldftt. liecmurn be could not aeo tju to eve
with our {.inhibition friend*, he wa* couatanuy
dcnounctU by Uiem while living an a friend to
intemperance. After bin death Uio ltadlng organ
ui uu j.rohibitlonlaui, tho Voice, bpeakltgof
him in uu?.<Uioxlal.olhcrwlM> very appreciative
of hi* character, decbumi that "the cauao of
temperauce tiad loot iu mauliest too In our city."
Thtin the morui c*rneatne? of reformer* atanda
iu the wa/ of chailty-nay, even of jutUue.
There are some people outside of New
York whom this tits like the paper on
the wall. They have all the goodness in
the world, yet are not just and have not
loarned to be truthful. '
A Qooafion uf Man Millinery,
New York has a promising organiza
tion which bids (air to be to tho navy
what tho volunteer land forces are to the
army. There is, howover, a little spf?*
of troablo in the offing growing oat of
the uniform chosen by tho officers for
the privates.
The men wanted something gay and
fetching that would charm the girls.
Tho officers think it better for them to
wear a uniform that will not interfere
with their work on shipboard.
The officers are right. Tne National
Guard never make so strong an impression
as when it is clothod in the plain
regulation uniform. That looks like
business.
Fickle 3f ny.
It is in order to remind those who
might otherwise forget it that "winter,
lingering, chills the lap of May." From
some of the comments on the present
low temperaturo it might be supposed
that it is of raro occurrence. On the
contrary, it is no unusual thing.
May is tickle. Sho may come in smiU
ing and' londed with early flowers, but
before she leaves she will make tho
hasty onw regret that they did away
with their fires and laid aside the win*
ter underwear. A searching day in [
May, 6U3h as yeetorday was, has wonderful
capabilities for laying strong people
on the Uat of their backs. As a
silent partner of the grip it should be
very effective.
A Urent Man'a Ira.
Ex-Senator In<a!ls' temper, never
sweet, la in danger of becoming positively
soar. He regards it as an outrage on
his right* ft! a private citizen that a reporter
calls end atJu his view of a public
question. Instead of declining politely
to discuas the question proposed
to him he flashes up like a cheap piece
of fireworks, splutters for awhile about
the great commercial value of his ideas,
abuses newspapers generally, and doubtleea
tpolls his appetite for the next
meal.
Mr. Ingalls should understand that If
he intends to dovute the remainder of
his life to raising potatoes he cannot ex
pre! |aoio thav half a crop unites he
stands well with tho reporters and sends
the editor an occcaional tribute of re
epeci 01 nm own rniriug.
Uotni* Knd of the 8mI llailnru.
Unlrra the Administration shall be
very careful or hivo uncommonly good
luck it will hive * scandal oa its hands
growing out of the relations between
the Trewury Department and the seal
fishing company. There is an impression
that tli* predecessor of the present company
habitually toot more seal than the
law allowed, and that this robbery and
destruction resulted to the advantage of
the Treaaury agent, who is supposed to
watch closely the public internet.
A new company succeeded the old
one. Mr. Charlee J. Got!, of West Virginia,
wu sent out as agent. Ho thought
be was expected to do his doty, and
that, it is believed, he did to the entire
dissatisfaction of tho company. Mr. God
was removed. Critic* of the adminit
tration aay be was displaced because the
company wanted him out of the war
and, having what the politicians call a
"pall" on the Administration, was able
to accomplish lis dtsire. On the other
hand we have the unofficial explanation
that the Secretary of the Treasury, in
viewof Mr. Gofl's report, dealred to send
a representative whom be knows personally
and on whoee findings be may
place absolute reliance.
The country is watching this seal
bosinees closely In all is phases, especially
in tbis latest. The people can understand
why there may be difficulties
in dealing with a foreign power and its
subjects who commit depredations. Nohml?
will be able to make them under
stud why the licensed seal-catching
company shall be allowed to ran its
business contrary lo law and to have
agents' heads knocked off at pleasure.
Another ffeit Virginia Ballroad.
The Ravenawood, Spencer A Glenville
Riilroad, not a long line but still an Important
one, is abont to be opened to
Lsroy. The road will run through a
region already fairly peopled, but in
which there is room for a mnch larger
population and the resources are there
to support it West Virginia is going
ahead in railroad building?faster than
her own people have yet appreciated.
It Is no longer next to impossible, ss it
once was, to induce capital to listen to a
West Virginia nllroad proposition.
Capital is getting its eyes open.
Jamil 8. CUrkaan'a Career.
Sew York Tribune.
James 8. Clarkeon, who hag been
. elected to succeed John M. Tbnrston aa
t President of the Republican League of
the United States, was born at Brook*
' ville, Ind., in 1*45, His father and
grandfather wero editors, and he learned
the printer's trade when he was a boy.
i His family removed to Iowa when he
i was twelve years old. In 1806 he bo*
? ? nn f J?Q Tn*l
I UIU1D ? Wlui.uuiw vm ~v .?>? ???
Register, published at Dea Moines, and
* two years later he became the editor,
i la 1870 he and his brother, R. P. Clarki
son, became proprietors of the Register.
In 18(50 Mr. Oiarkaon was Chairman of
1 the Iowa State Republican Committee.
In 1871 he was offered the mission to
Switzerland by President Grant, but ho
declined. Ho was made Postmaster at
r Dea Moinee in 1872, and held that office
antil 1877, when be resigned becanae
hie newspaper was not in accord with
' the views of the administration. Mr.
i Clarkson has Ions been a close friend
I of Mr. Blaine and he led the
t Iowa delegation for him in the
Republican National Convention of 1870,
1880 and 1884. He has been a member
of two Republican National Committees,
and in 1884 he was a member of the ex1
ecutive committee. In the Republican
> Convention of 1888, after the withdrawal
of Mr. Allison's name, he turned with
his State to Harrison. He was made
Vice Chairman of the Republican Na1
tional Committee and he spent tha
, whole campaign at the National headquarters
in this city. Mr. Clarkson has
never been an office-seeker. Some yeara
ago he declined the appointment of
Consul General to London, and in 1881
' he declined to have bis name mentioned
1 for place in President Garfield's Cabinet,
i In March, 1880, ho accepted the appointment
aa First Assistant Postmaster General
only at the urgent request of President
Harrieon, Postmaster General Wan- j
> amaker and the National Executive
! Committee, but he agreed to serve only I
a few months. The office is one of political
importance, all the postoflices of
every grade being under the charge of
the Firat Assistant Postmaster General.
Lost fall Mr. Clarkson resigned bis office
in the Postoffice Department, and a few
days ago he sold his newspaper interests.
Mewvpnpcr liow at Nigbt*
Jlay &xibncr.
Newspaper Bow bounds the eastern
side of the Eqaare with the^work shops
of the great dailies. Tfiey rise, one above
the otner, in the humorous hope that
trie puuuc win ueueyo mo lengin 01
their subscription lists is in proportion
to tho height of their towers. They are
aRgresdiveiy active and wide-awake in
the silence of the night about them. The
lights from the hundreds of windows
flow like furnaces, and the qnick and
inpatient beating of the groaning
presses sounds like the roar of the sea.
"There sho is?the great engine?she
never sleeps. She has her ambassadors
in every quarter of tho worl?J, her
couriers on every ro*d. Her officers
march along with armies, and her envoys
enter into the statesman's cabinet."
But the ambassadors ehe sends to the
courts to-day are a verj different sort of
ambassadors from thoee of whom Mr.
Warrington spoke, and they are probably
not quite v> useful.
Tiikre is more catanh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few years
was supposed to be incurable. Jbor a
great many years doctors pronounced it
a local disease, and prescribed local
remedies, and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced it
incurable. Science has proven catanh
to be a constitutional disease, and there*
fore requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F.
.1 rhnnAV A fin.. Tnlwln. Ohln. la thn
only constitutional euro on the market.
It is taken internally is doses from 10
drops to a teaspoonful. It acta directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. They otfer one hundred
dollars for any case it fails to cure. 8end
for circulars and testimonials. Address,
F. J. oiiin'xy & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c. daw
A yellow hen with a blue tail is the
subject of an interesting lawtuit in the
Alabama court.
Worth Hundreds of Dollar*.
My wife used only two bottles of
"Mother's Friend" belori her third confinement.
8ays she would not be with*
out it for hundreds of dollara. Had not
half as much trouble as before. Dock
Milks, Lincoln Parish, La. Sold at
wholesalo and retail by Logan Drug Co.
and all druggists. 7
The pool sellers in New York, hating
tho conviction of one of their numbbr
before thbir eyee havo changed their
designation to "commission houses." 1
Kupepay.
Tills is what you ought to have, in '
fact, you must have it, to fully enjov !
life. Thousands are searching for it
daily, and mourning because they find
it not. Thousands upon thousands of
uollaia wo spent Annually by our people
iu tho hope that thoy may attain this
boon. And yet it mar bo had by all.
Wo guarantee that Electric Bitters, if 1
used according to directions and tho use
persisted in, will bring you Good Digestion
and oust tho denmon Dyspepsia
and install instead Eupepsy. We recommend
Electric Bitters (or Dyspepsia
and all diseases of Liver. Stomach and i
Kidneys. Sold at 50c and $1 per bottle j
by I.QKftn Drug Co., druggist 4 (
I'll EE, FREE, FIIEE TBIAL! I
ELECTRO NERVINE'
Curos Permanently
A11 <1!*eim of tho Nerroni System,either Acute
or Chronic la olthcr nex. It Restores Impaired
or Lost Power. Checks all forma of
Waste or brain: Makes Strong the Weak. PnU
packago, II; six for f&. Trial package 13a (with
book), sent securely eealod on rsoelpt of price.
Aildross, DR. 0. P. ADDAM, No, |901 Cottage
Grore Are.. Chicago, ill. no?f
SUBSCRIBE FOR
THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER
SI 00 PFR YEAR. I
BKLLAIBB BRIEFS. f
A Good Griat of N?wa from the OIui 0117* '
rtnuoiil Not on.
H* iron from Tboma*. Alabama, la Using uaed
b y Bellalro manufacturwa lu a mall lota. J
Douihuxiy A Co., rec?lrcd another large atone
cruUicr yeaterday for the pike work bere.
A wbarl full of tea kettle*, mado bere by John
McSabb, were ahlpped to Wheeling yeaterday.
IV ft II U.I.I f.mu Witlrlni VMK tAken
to tooreformichoolat Lancaster*yesterdsy, by
Truaiit Officer Baugb. '
The Bellalre Btovo Company wu off ye* ]
tord*y, ha\lug run abort of metal. It will, j
however, startup to-day.,
Will Elliott, of theC. Ji P. railroad. and Miss
Look, of Wheeling, are 10 be married next Mod*
day, at Ibo borne of toe bride.
Robert Israel, son of County Commissioner
John C. Israel, vu badly hurt at bis borne near
Morrlstown, by bolog thrown from a fractlona
young colt.
The Garrison trial Is exciting as much intemt
here almost as In Wheeling, and many were the
apiulona expressed here yesterday on tbe sudJect
of the Jury.
Tbe whole face of lioae bill was lined with
Italians ycaterday at work oa tbe new pike. A
big lot of dirt was handled by them and a good
grade li being made.
Hartal n Kain. for seventeen years a reel dent
of this city, bas moved to Wheeling Junction,
w, Va.. where be haa accepted a position oa the
P., C. & Bt L. railroad.
Vacbel Williams, or "81a," u be was familiarly
known here, died at bis nomo yeatenlay mornlug
of consumption. Hewaa a son of tbe well
known contractor, C. Williams. lie leaves a
wife and to*eral children.
At the steel worki yesterday evening a pinion
was broken. If one can be gotten In Pittsburgh
to day, tho works will resume to-night, but If
the mauufacturers there are out, It will take
two days to reoalr tbe damage.
Monday and yesterday wore psy days on the
P., O V. iic C. railroad. Superintendent Ro?e
and his men got their pay on Monday, and yesterday
Engineer McConnell and bis mon were
up and got theirs aud put In the balance of tbe
day at work on the upper end.
Slate roofing for the new stone mansion of W.
J. McCiain, at McCiain*vlile, arrived yesterday.
This house Is of solid stone, tbe porcbes and pillars
being carved out of tbo stono taken from
the quarries only a few vanls away. It Is to bo
one of tho finest bouses in the county.
Prof. 0.1- Leisure, of Baltimore, and Charles
Ilartman, of this city, are to have a contest in
short-band writing to-day, at the Windsor Iletel
forf200,each to write fflfl words In a minute.
The Baltimore man Is to use tbe Munson system
and tho Bellalre man the Graphic system.
Two brdranllc Jacks from Mcintosh, Hemphill
& Co.. Pittsburgh, were here to do some heavy
liftimr wterday. One of them has a lifting
capacity of 1*0,ouj tad the other or 120,coopounaa.
They arc little, inal/nlflcant lookin* Jacka, but
could Hit one corner of tbe world, almost.
Twenty thoaMQd railroad tiea have been
loaded tutig fur thin oprltig, but tho low n?tcr
Lm caumhI a aaapenaioa of work. The dealers
my thai lea* tnan two-fectof water lu the tide
atreama would bre*k the bonne, and a hundred
thouitaud tUa would conic down immediately.
Fob rboum&tiKtn, lumbago, neuralgia,
cramp and colic, there is no remedy
superior to tbe genuine Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil. _ daw
i) hid,
ZELLEB?C? Monday, Mar 4.1891, at 3 o'clock
p. in., Joh^ ZoLtJUt, aged 88 ytara. *
Funeral from hi* lato residence, No. 144 Flfteonth
atreet, ihla (Wodneaday) morning at
8:40 o'clock. Bequlem ma* at St. Alphonsua
Church at 0 o'c'ock. Interment at Ut.
Cattary oemotery. Prlenda of tho family
are reapectfully Invltod to attend.
KAI-LOURA-On Sunday, May 8. lf-01, at 11:85
o'clock p. in., Mas. Fallow*, wlio of Urltton
Fauoure.
llor toils arc past, her work la done,
And bh? la fully buxt;
Bhe hta tauah i the flitht, tho rlctory won
And eutered intoraat.
Human hand* have tried to aaro her,
PbjBlcloM wera in rain;
Until (hrut, tho Chief, camo to her rolief,
And eaied her of her pain.
Funeral from her late rtaldenco, No. 1522 Jacob
street, Widnesdty, Msy 6, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Interment a*, breenwood cemetery.
LOWER?Cn Monday morning, & ay 4,1891, at
9:45 o'clock, biLYKwan-Lowu, sged 83
yean.
Funeral from No. 1112 Market street on Wed*
nesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Friends
lnrlttd to attcad, Interment at ML Wood
cemetery.
[Cincinnati and Fittaburgh papers plnuecopy.]
MOOBK? At bis'home, near Pleasant Taller,
Marnbatl conntr, Vf. Va., on Mondar. April
27, 1891. at 5 o'clock p. in., Jon* G. Moobb,
in tbe 72d year of bis age.
MEDICAL.
CHILD B!!KTH~^~
MADE EASY!
" Mothers' Fkictjd " is a scientifically
prepared Liniment, every ingredient
of fccognfccd value and in
constant use by the medical profession.
These ingredients arc combined
in a manner hitherto unknown
"MOTHERS'
FRIEND"
WILL DO all that is claimed for
It AND MORE. It Shortens Labor,
Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to
Life of Mother and Giild. Book
to " Mothers " mailed FREE, con- (
taining valuable information and
voluntary testimonials,
Sact by expreii on rtcoipt of price f 1.80 pt bottio
BRADFIElO REQUUTOR CO., Atlanta, gi.
OOLI) 1IT ALL DRUOOI8T8.
Bold In Wheeling at wbolesalo and retail bj
LOGAN DRUG CO.,
mrl9.r>4W snd all Druggists.
CONSTIPATION
HtVl'I'fct CONSTIPATION
JH_JH CCBE)
|5fl|jUjy CONSTIPATION
I write that yon may know
tho good I hate received from
B. B. B. I waa all out of health
AfTH >nd nfferlnr with conittps^
tion and blilonanc**. I tried
m,fT1 other medicine*, bat they failed i
ON THE to do anj good. At laat J 9
bought a bottle of B. B. B., and
nnnrcTQ before I had natd It all I went
UUifiiLO. to work feollnnas well aa evor. *
Got NiLanjc,
Bos 65, Irrlnoton, Wrrren Co.,
PV MWfAKQW 1
tOOSE'SJXTRflCT
GLOVER BLOSSOM'
Cancers* ^ Wv
Fetn?!e Wedkams* Ulccra, Tamort, Son*.
iVbacmiiM, Blood Pulaonlng, Salt uheum,
fnUrrh, Erjr*lpela?, Rheumatism nod nil _
Blood andHidn Olmsei. P?icafi. par Piot 3
Dottla or 0 Boiilet for fj. i Tb can Solid Extract
uw,c?
9old *v Logan Drug Co. 1ft3
? JAPANESE
piLE <
cure;
I guaranteed Caro for Piles of wh&taror I
.I.J .. T.U...1 _
kuiuui uvgiw?luraiuiu, uiuiu
>r Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, Reoent or
leroditary. $100 a box; G boxes, $5.00. ient
by mail, prepaid, on rooeipt of prioo.
iVe gaarnnteo to onre any case of Piles.
Soaranteed and sold only by
XcLAlN BROTHERS, Drn^bti,
Twelfth and MarkttSU. Wheeling, W. Va
1*10 MW
$500 Reward !
WE will pay tfca ai>o* r??*nl for anr rw of Mrer ?
V>nip!*Jnt, |)y?}K^?U,?U ? Induction. c?atlpall.>a
or * r*nn?t cur* ?ilft Wnr? J
irgtubl,LlrarPUU, wheel Iho direction* *re?irirtly ^
>>mj4l?d with. They ar* purely Ve?rUt?!e, and netec
All to rtr* MtUfsrtluo. Sugar CoaUxI Larv* boiea.
ontaltilng ?l'UU, a rtaU. Davara of ->jnU>rf?lt?
trnl Imitation*. Tk? winlim mwnfarintvd ontr by
NIK JOUK C. WDJT CUMPAXT. CHICAGO. IU.
*7 McLAINBROTHKRS. core*r Market
md Twelfth 8u.. ^ heeling. W. Va. Jal?* wraw aj
in ie vn mm.
?
fcrrlblo Sufferings or Little Baby.
Seven Doctors anil Two Hospitals
Fall?Cured by Cutlcura.
My baby boy, 6 months old, broke out with
cumi. The i tch lux and burning was ?n tense:
he ecsems spread to his limbs, breast. (aoo and
icad. until bu vw nearlj covered; his tortur*
dm ajionlrs were pltable to luhold; be nad no
peaosand but little rwt
nlsht or day. tta ?u
A.V \ under treatment at differ/
\ cut tlmos at two hosplt/
l sis and by seven doctors
I In toll city without tho
I ^ I least benefit; every pre*
1 A Aitrrlptluii of the doctors
\/wi ?> SJ was lalthfoUy tried, but
J f. Zfl ne grow worse all the,
I K time. For months 1 ex-1
* > .Unl #1 nor
Tor medfdnM, ud
N, as en lire 1 j disoourased.
? * I purchased Ctmcoaa,
Cunct'BA W)ap and Ccticcba K?iOLV**T and
followed the directions to tbo letter. Belief
waa Immediate, his sufferings were eased, and
reat and sleep permuted. He steadily improved
and in nine weeka was entirely cured,
and bu now ai clear a ikln and la as fair a boy
as any motner could wisn to see. 1 recommend
every mother to use It for every Baby (lumor.
MM M. FWtliUnOSf,
88 W Brookllne, at., Boston,
Cutlcura Remedies
Tbft greatest akin cure', blood pnrlflors, and
humor remedies of modern ilmea. luatantly relieve
tbo moat agunUing forms cf enema and
psoriasis, and poeoliy. pornunoutiy. economically,
and iDialiibly euro every aptcies of tortanug,
dUflifurlnK, ltcblnic, burmn*, bleeding,
scaly, crusttd, adJ pimply dictates and humors
of tno skin, scalp and biood, with loaaof hair,
from Infancy to age, wbemer ritnple. scrofulous
or hereditary, wneu all ether xnutuods and best
physicians tail. '
Bold overywbeio. Price, Ctmcuiu, COc; Soap,
25c; BhwlYtxt, il. Prepared by the Torre*
Daco akd tiisincAi. iu?pc-?a?on, Boston,
mrSma for "How to euro tkia Diseases." W
psgea. M Illustrations and 100 testimonials.
nrgPLEd, blaok-hcads, red rougb, chapped and
Pl?ollystin cored by ccricuiu soap.
OLD FOLKS' PAINN.
MKl Full of comfort for all Pains, laBjffiiy* ?.
iijmwmi.nr. axi l tfi-aKuos* of the
HM ^*3 Ated Is th? Cflliara Anst-Pnln
QM .v&PlM??y. the first and only pain
killing strengthening planter, .lew,
lnsmiiaueoua and.lnfalilolo.
'GnocEitncs, ETC.
HmTreilly,
WHOLESALE
Grocer, Pork Packer
CEliKBKATKD "STRAWBERRY" HAH3.
Mi
FLOUR?Chrlitlan Broa.' "Crown" Brand.
Mlnneapoll* 1'atont, Taylor'* Batont and "Beet"
Family, WUllami' choice Ohio Family, and
many other choice brand* of family floor In
itock and continually receiving.
ROASTED COFFEES-" AUroma,"
"Arbuckle'a," "Lion," and my own roaat o!
"Old Woman," "llorre Hoed," and looao roast
WBole Agent (or the Celebratod DuBont
Powdor Villi. A foil mpply of BIQe, Blasting
and Sporting Powder oi every kind conitantly
In magailne. Order* nllcltod from dealer*
only. Al*o Patent Hemp, Cotton and WaterProof
8afety Fme. my2
FIRST JTTVE PARTY TO
? i 20 Kuropo will learo New York by
tho Cunard scamer a mania, Bacurday, May2t,
for a three mouths' tour, embracing Ireland.
Scotland, England. Holland, Belgium, tho
Rhine, Germany, Switzerland. franco and Italy.
Tbccoitof membemhlp lu thta party la 1725,
wnlch Include* flit-cuM travel throughout,
hotel accommodation a. carrlago drives and
other expense, and will be accompanied by an
ablo conductor. TlrkeU procured at H. K.
BBHKBNB'. 'JQfl Market atrcot. rays
PLUMBING. OAS & STEAM FITTING
BEST FAUCETS II THB SOELDI
CALL AND BEE THEM AT
TRIMBLE & iDTZ,
14te A 141fl Market St., Whoallng, W.Va.
GE0.HIBBERD&80N,
Successors to Thompson A Hilberd,
Practical Plnmbers, Gas & Steam Fitters
BRASS FOUND EBB,
ftvwrriT.rrw?Nittiril Clin RnnTtlfa*. NtJnr
Heating and Ventilation.
1814 MABKKTBT., Wh?lln?, W. Va.
All work promptly dono at moil rcaeonabl*
price*. IxS
VyM. HABE A 80N,
monoiL
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters,
NO. 28 TWKL7TH STREET.
Ul^orlMJon^i>rnm?tlyjUj?a^
DRNTiaTItY.
NEW YORK
Dental Association,
1040 Main St, Wheeling, W. Va.
L BET OF TZBTH 6 00
L GOOD BET 8 00
JEST 8BT 10*00
JOLD FILLING A SPECIALTY.
3CTRACTIN0 _?5o.
'1TAL1ZED AIR flOc.
DR. C. L. HILL,
aplSiuw Manarer.
JKWKIjRY.
ATTENTION I
Until Mar lit oar itoro will bo open until
9 o'clock la the evening.
CHOICE NEW GOODS !
The latest In the New York market,
nibble (or
Wedding Presents I
urgSlD DAILY.
. G. DILLON &CQ.
DHU1JU1AT8.
The 'Princess"
HEADACHE POWDER8?Cure
In Te? Mlooton.?
ForBalt by DnissUU. mrtO
PHOTOGRAPHY.
^RIBTO i
PHOTOGRAPHS
?ou* iriruLtr.
,u BIGGIN'S GALLEBY.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
OR SALE?A FRESH JERSEY
Coir, with third call. Apply at No. 71
Nineteenth afreet. mrS*
TX7ANTED-A COOK-ONE THAT
TT no 10 home at night Reference regolred.
Apply at 71 rtlatcenth ?treet. my 6*
QKK 8TUDENTA HAVE BEEN
OOU enrolled at the Wheeling Buatncea
Coi!*ve klnce September 1, seventy-five of whom
areUdlea. nyS
pOR SALE?28 (TWENTY-EIGHT)
I? aharea of Foatoria Olaaa Company*! atock.
For further particular! addreaa No. 609 Weat
Tlfflo street. Poaiona. *?hlo. myl
QPECIAL BALE OF NO. 138 SOUTH
kj Broadway, island. Frame oot'age of alx
room* fttul ball. Lot S&xtfO feet. ITtoe low.
Inquire of BINEHART & TAT Oil, IS14 Market
atrcet myl
"yy u. b. 800iety.
The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's
Union Benerolent Society will be held at the
Yoaog Men's Christian Association this (Wednesday)
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Members will
pleaw be prompt in attendance, aa there is but
one hour for the business of the meeting.
Mas. W.J. W. CO WD IN,
myfl Becretary.
J^OTIOE.
On and after Mondajr, May 11, all Barber
Shops la the cltj of Wheeling will close their
plaoM of business at 8:30 o'clock abarp, in the
evenlog, excepting Saturdays and eres of bolld*TS.
; myfl
gealed proposals
Will be retired until May IS. 1W1, at 5 o'clock
p. m., for the eroctlon ot a Bank Balldlng at
Bridgeport, Ohio. t _
PlMt can be seen at the office of M. F.
GIE-KT, Architect. Room 19, Beliiy Block, or
at the office of R. T. Howell, Bridgeport, Ohio.
The right is reserved to reject any or all
bids. myQ
Glass workers' funeral
NOTICE.
There will be a special meeting of Loctl Union
No. 9. Amerlcam Flint Qlauworkeri' Union,
this (Wednesday) morning at 8 o'clock sharp.at
its regular hall, to attend the funeral of our de
cooed broUior, John /.tiler. (Tbere will do
no bad#ea worn). ?<Ut? unions are invited.
Bj order ol 1 [ixEBRUCE.
Rohikt P?KA<y. Secretary.
pOB SALE.
Good Bulldlne Stone.
Delivered any plaoo In tbe city limits on abort
notice. For price Inquire at
WESTWO'jD'g BRICK YARD,
imfi Km lot taBelleMlll.
^DJOURNED SALE OF LOTS.
Tha file of rcalCecce lota In
Howell's Addition to Elm Grore
Has bean pontpone-1 until BATORDAY. MAY
9th. *alo on premltes. A. 8. HOWELL.
J.fi. Haavar. Auction***. myft
La Croix Color?, for Clilns I'olutlay.
myft 1215 Market atrect, opp McLure Home.
J^OU VVEDDING^^
ANNIVERSARY GIPTS,
PICTURES ARK TJIE REST ! #
Fiks Sroca Now in SToaa.
V biters Welcome.
v i xiriii.i art &TMIK.
ju? mi ? < ?
ap3 1222 Market Street.
c< AKDEN seeds.
\JT We have Juki received a freah supply ol
told, Flower and Garden beeds frcm Landrctb,
Hoiid?rtou and other dtalcnt. Market garden
era will flud It 10 their advantage to send order*
In early. On iccuipt of pricc wo will send Kroab
froeda Moo bj mail.
HOGE&BRO.,
1113 Market St, (woat side) fl heeling, W.Va.
inrlft-MgMw
T> ECRUITING RENDEZVOUS, U. 8.
JL\ Army, No. 1131 Main street, Wheeling, W.
Vr., May C, 1*91. Scaled proposals. in triplicate.
subject to the uiual conditions, will be
received at this rendu *ous until 12 o'ciock
noon, onlbeftthday ol June. IfiSl, and tben
opened, for fumbling "cooked ratlona" In such
quantities as tnay be necessary for tho sub
atstence of the recruiting party at thli station
for the fiscal year ending Juue<30,18?. Propoa
alafor rations to be ftira'shed at placca objec
tlouablo for rccralU will not be considered.
Fnll information will be furnished upon application
at this rendezvous. The Government re
rervea the right to reject any or all proposals.
Envelopes containing prapotat* should be
marked "Proposals for Cooked Rations." and
addressed to GREGORY BARBEIT. Captain
10th Infantry. R. O. my6 7 8 9-le.Vfl
WEBSTER'S
I INTERNATIONAL I
\ DICTIONARY/
Edition of 1890. Entirely revised and ro-wrltten.
Tbo only edition cf TVobster worth burins
at any *rlce, all other so-called Webster's
Unabridged being poor reprints of tie lM9edltlou,
consequently about as valuable for referenco
as a last year's almanac. Bona to us for
detcrlptlrc circular.
Stanton iDawnport,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERY
1801 Msrkfit atrmt.
BARGAINS
IN
HOSIERY!
CHILDREN'S
Derby Ribbed Hose
At I9c a Pair.
Full, Regular Made. !
Warranted Fast Black.
ALL SIZES FROM 6 TO 8#
T n T\l. . J .(LA. .
J.S.MOQeSflUO'
yyALLPArai .
AM) KOOSX MOllLrtWS.
It will p*y too to call and lee my lino before
buying elicwbcre.
mta JOHN FRIEPEL,
AU. l/SB
PVBEStSAiMWT HEALTHFUL
Q HOMER WELLS, *
ARCHITECT.
Boom 17. Rellly Buildln*, Wheeling, W. V*
Practical BcrauirrnrDncT.
EimxiTxa OAKtruLLT Mads. oca
SELECTIONS rori STAY AND JPSK-OKO. It. TAYLOR.
Selections for Hay and Judo!
SIl'LES SELECT AND EXCLUSIYE.
TiDCCO TAAnCI
UilliOO UVl/l/O!
Black Silk Grenadines. Camel's H?ir Grenadine#, Fancy
Grenadines, All-Wool Bengalinee, Silk and Wool Bangalinee
in Black and Colon, Plain Comal's Hair, Fonle
Olothp, Whip Corda, Fancy 0.,n., Fancy Cheviot?,
Shadow Grenadine*, English Check Snitings, Black and
Colored Faillea, French A11-Wool Printed Challles,
French Vtiling, Black Crepe de Chine.
INDIA SILKS
PLAIN AND FIGURED.
French Organdies, Wash Pongees, Scotch Z?phjrr
(iingliams, Black, Plaid and Plain Organdies.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Blatk Silk 8klrts, Black Alpaca Bkirln, Fancy Saenrackor Skirts.
Fancy Parasols, Black Ban UmbrelliS, Ladies' Bilk Waist*, Ladies
Negligee Wsists, Derby Waiata, Boys' Star Waists, French and
Janauom Fans, Satchela, Leather Baas, Windsor Ties, Laces, Net*,
Infanta' Swiss and de Chine Bonnets, Chiffon Frilling, Embroideries,
Real Vsllenciennes, Point G&ao and Duchess Laces and Lace
Handkorchibffl, Hemstitch and Shadow Floanciugi, Ceylon Cloths,
Henrietta Cloths of the celebrated Priestley make, Mourning Veiling,
Hash Ribbons, Ribbonc in all shades, Hosiery,'Silk Mitts and
Gloves, Centemeri Kid Gloves, Reynin Moutquetsire, Spring Jackets,
Gapes and Mantles, Black Embroidered Fichus, Shawls, Table
Covers.
LACE CURTAINS,
Cbentlle Curtains, Table Covers, Table Linens,
Drapery Hulls, Napkins, Towels, Linen Sheets and
Sheetings, Cotton Sheetings, and Tillow Muslins.
Men's, Woman's and Children's Underwear.
Ladles' Cambric Underwear made or me tsosi
Materials and In the Best Manner.
Oress Linings and Trimmings to Match Our Dress
Goods.
Additional Novelties presented as they appear
In the Eastern Markets.
Geo. R. Taylor.
1150 Market and 1153 Main.
II. KMSHKIMEIt? SPECIAL SALE,
SPECIAL SALE!
1,200
Pure Linen Huck Towels, 36x18, at - - 0 Centa.
500
Pieces Nos. 9,12,16and 22 Black Ribbon, ^ ^
pure Silk and elegant quality, at 121-2' per^
1,000
Pieces of Dress Goods, at - 12
1-2,15,20,25,31,37 and 50
10
Pieces Lupin's best 46-Inch Silk Warp Henrietta,
worth $2 00. Ourprlcefor a short
- - - - - $129.
H. Emsheimer,
18 and 20 Eleventh Street
JOSEPH GRAVES?WALL PAPERS, BLANK BOOKS, ETC.
1852. SPRING TRADE. i89t
Wall Papers, Borders and Ceiling Decorations!
10,000 Rollb Mica Firm, 6 Cuts, Worth 8 to 10 Cists.
10.000 Rolls Whit* Blanks, 6 Cists, Worth 10 Cists.
10,000 Rolls Gilt Papers. 8 Cists. Worth 10 to 15 Cists.
20,010 Rolls Bronzi axd Gilt PAriRs, 10 Cists, Woith 15 to 25 Cixts.
10,000 Rolls Ehbobbid Gilt Pafirs, 16 Cists, W oeth 25 to 35 Cists.
1u,uw riulo^j ublttgks, jo AHV io \j*wt8, ttokth ou to *0 ubnt8.
10,000 Rolls Fink Parlor Patterns, 35 to 50 Cmts, Wobth 60 to 75 Gbntb.
5,000 Rollh Pbbssbp Pattbbhb, $1 to$1 25, Wortu $2 to $250.
10,000 Rolls Plain Inobainb, 15 Cents, Wobth 20 to 25 Cento.
m- Bole Agent (or the DOWNING BLEEPING COACHES, the het\ Baby Carriage la the *
world (or the price I I
JOSEPH GRAVES, i
26 Twelf?h Street. mrinwar j
I1AMMA CO.-FURNITURE, ETC. ,
HAMM & CO., |
Furniture Dealers and Undertakers,'
DOT THIS DOWN FOR A FACT: ,
That oar eatafcllahmeat la a medel one la trerj rwpoct \
That la oar attractive aoortmeat, prompt nrrlce and lair treatment, oucuitomtn ire amply
iad aatialaclorlly eerred.
That while we caaoot rfrs yon ectnethlrg (or nothing, wo olalm to girt a good, honeat dial
rrer7 time* WB INVITE YOuil PESkO.NAL INSPECTION. g
Undertaking In Ite several forme a special feature.
TELEPHONE CALLB ANSWERED DAT OK NIGHT.
HAMM & CO.. - 1065 Main Street. ]
KDW. L. ROSE & CO.~-HKADQUAnTF.RS FOR WHEELS.
EDW. L. ROSE & COM
51 Twelfth Street.
=I HEADQUARTERS FOR WHEELS !l=
VICTOR GIANT I
_ ? . """r. . , Tilt ODly Medium Ormd?
COLUMBIA! Wh-B",o?'
Hi But g?m. Hxm. BPMMH FOBK. .ITTLE~GIANTS
I | J VELOCIPEDES, J
dandies i Tricycles, B
'or Boyt. ?| '', s - 'I II ? For 8nuU UbUdnn. n
J. L. BALLARD, ----- Manager. 2
OIL WKLL I
OIL WELL S
91 and 92 Water S1
MANUFACTURE
XVSRT ARTICLE, TOOL OB
AKTUSIAI
Either for Gaa, Oil, Water or
BOILERS. Ci
ENGINES, FI
DERRICKS, Pi
TUBING, C<
BRASS AND IRON GdODS
' For Steam. Gas, Potrolau
CATALOGUES
I j?.
price lists ijlllpf.f [j
on application,
amuhkmkkts.
Grand Opera House.
O. C. GlXTUKB, MAlf AOBft.
One Nlffht Oaly, ThnraJaj, May 71b,
Ueappearance o( tbo well known comedian,
Mr. Frank Jones, the original of
"til Perkins," In his new and successful
play, entitled
OUR COUNTRY COUSIN
Introducing with many flther novaltlc*
The Great Ballroad Scene.
A 8uperb Orchestra of 8oU> ArtlsU. A Quartette
of dweet dingers, and the only and original
Farmor Band. I'arado dally at noon.
PnicM-Orchestra Chairs, 60c: Gallery and
DreM^Cnclej&^JtoaU^^
WANTED.
wanted-a man to take an
Tf office and represent a manufacturer; 130
per week: small capital required. Address, with
stamp, Manufacturer, Box TO,West Action. Mass.
oclftwai
wanted-f1ve journeymen
ti Palntw* Onion wagea i?td. Inquire
of GEO. E. KURNER A CO., So. 39 Twslflh
street. a pa
\vant t0 borrow from $1,000
? V to IS,000. Hocurlty on first-claw cltr real
oatiito. Will rive liberal Interest. Audreu
"ft.." this nfllro.
WONTED-ORGANIZERS BYTHE
Tf Friendly All Society. Fays it* mombers
I1C0 every six montb*. Has paid tmu.OOU lu
benefits. ?e*crre ami 'Benefit Fund held In
trust by tho btate of UaivaUiDsetta. Tetms lib
eral AddrvM FlUJtNULY AID BOClEtY,
Waltham. Mam. apffl
,u ** ).t,,e F'1)'6** ciptnet
WAN lJlil/ Line: tli- only line e*er invented that
bold* the clothes without riuK a perfect ?ucce??;
patent recently issued: *ol<l onljr by sgents. to
whom the exclusive right ?? Bjyn: on receipt oI jo
eenti we will *end a sample line by mail; also cuculart:
price lut and term* to agents; secure your
territory at once. Aodmi Tbjj.PlnlMi Olouei
lAao Co., 17 Herroon Street, W orcestcr, Mas*.
noafcwaa
TX7\ANTED?GENERAL, SPECIAL
Tf and local agents throuiboat the Utilled
Btatca to represent the American Matnrltyandl
Loan Association, of Wbowllng, w. Va. The
Association being recently organized, offers
better inducement to agenta tnsu older associations.
Itaplan 1> aimplo, toshy explained
and understood. Addreu. TI1K AMKKICAN
MATURITY AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, Wheellag,
W. Va. myl
WANTED-ALL PERSONS CONTEMPLATING
the itndy of Short Hand
and Typewriting, to know tnat tho West Virginia
shorthand and Typewriting School In the
Aellly tfulldlng. comer Fourteenth aud Market
streets, instruct la Shorthand and Typewriting
cxclnilvoof othsr brancbct and advakcb tub
BTUOifT AS IMST AS DK OB NIC IS CAPAlil.KOr
advanciko. Isaac Pitman's shorthand Is
taught. It Is more universally used than any
other and bas moth of the boat literature
printed In It. which cannot bo said of any otter
system of Bborthapd. For further particulars
call npon or address REMINGTON TYPEWRITER,
headquarters, 1308 Mrfrkct street.
PUBLIC SALE.
^DJOURNED SALE
01 valuable real Mtate. corner Vain and Twentieth
street;, known ai l'Jil and 1923 Main street
If not sold btforo, at private stle, 1 shall offer at
public sale at tbe (rout door oi the Court House,
at Wheeling. W. Va., on SATURDAY, MAY 9ih.
1891, at 10 o'clock a. in , the above mcntlonod
property, consisting of a lot 48 feet, fronting on
Main street, and running back 127 foet on
Twentieth street, as ?bown by a recent snnrej
made by the city surveyor. There is a large
substantial double brick store-room and dwelling
on lot, containing twenty>two rooms, salable
fur hotel, storta or warehouse, or with
slight alterations, a tjood manufacturing site.
Good oellars uudsr the whole aouse. For further
Information call on or address
W. U. IIa LLKR Auctioneer,
or JOHN J. FADER,
my4 1921 Main street, Wheeling, W. Va. j
30 PLEASANT VALLEY LOTS,
Porter Farm and Coal
AT PUBLIC SALE.
Robert Anderson, Administrator.)
vs. >In Cbanoery.
W i 11 Ism rorter's heirs and other* J
In pursuance ol a drcree made on tho 15th day
)f April, rail, by the Clicult Court for Ohio
:ountv In the above entitled cause, the under- ,
ilgned appointed sj>ecl*l commissioner for the J
purpose will on i
SATURDAY, HAT 23,1891,
?mmenclng at 9:80 o'clock a. m.< on the promise*,
sell at public sale to the highest bidler,
tbe wlliiim lorter lartn, located on the
National road, about three miles east of Wheelnc,
comprising ICC acres and four porches. .
The property hss been subdivided into par- 1
*1* consisting of til acres and 87 peichcs of hill ,
and and thirty floe building lots, some front* '
ug on the NaUotal road, and all
"*e and finely located, being from Jalf
an ar.ro to nearly an arro in area. (
I hese panels will bo so.d tcparately. For their
ixmndarlea, reference Is made to tho papers in '
ihe above tuiltied cause, and eapeclslly to the ,
[ tat* mod therewith, a pin showing the !
hlrtylou above mentioned U recorded in tho f
>fflce of the Clerk of ihe Couuty Court.
The Wheeling vein of coat under the hill 1
and. which ts of the flnm quajity. with the
right to mine the same, and the opening, chute
md eutry thereto as the fame now are, will be .
iold separately or wlih the surface aa may be (
[ound moat advantageous.
Tbhms of Hal*:?One third of the purchase
noney and such further nm ss the purchuor
nay elect in hsnd, the balance In equal Installments
at one and two scan from tbe day of sale,
ihe pnrchsser *lvlng bond for the deferred initalireonts,
with approved security, tald bonds
*j uthi luicicfk iiuu1 urwi auo IOC 11U0 10 DO
etalncd until tbo purchase money ta paid In
nil and a conveyance ditccted by the conrt.
W. P IllIlJHARD, .
Ppwlf.l Ccmmlaaloner. 1
J. C. Hirtey, Auotlonuer,
1 hereby certify that bond and iccurity baa
>een given a* required by law. by W. P. HubMrd.
toe Bjoclal commlaaloncr la the above en*
itied cauio. \
JOnN W. MITCHELL,
Clerk Circuit Court Ohio County.
A PRII, 211691. ap23 J
GENEH/Mj NOTICES.
Reeling Title and Trust Go., {
NO. 131S MARKET STREET.
;iUea to Real Katate Examined and Guaranteed. j
Block*, Bond* and Heal Rata'e Bouf bt| 1
and Hold ou Commlaalon.
outccToaa:
J. M. Brown, J. X. Hughea, n
Henry Paer, J. B. Haylor, r|
II. P. Behrena, C.J. Rawllnf,
Geo. G. Hannan, A. Reymann,
J.A.Hen, n. M. KuaMll.
W. P. Hubbard,
H. M. RU8SSLL, President e
L0U1B F. oil PEL, Secretary.
G. B. E. GILCUR14T, Examiner o! Titles.
apll ~
REMOVED. J
REDMAN & CO. *
arc removed their Marbine Shop to the new at
>rrugated Iron hultdiok on Cbapllne atreet, be* 11
reeu Seventeenth and Eighteenth atreeta, and
? now ready lorbuaineaa at tne new place. )a|
SUPPLIES.
iUPPLYCO^
t? Pittsburgh, Pa.
! AHD fiXLL
APPLIANCE RIXCKU AT
5 WELLS,
Mineral Testa. <&'
ftSING, IB
ttings, m
J MPS, ?
DRDAGE. |||sj
AND SUPPLIES M
m or Water. j |k9tS4
FOIl KENT.
T?OR KENT?8T0HE ROOM, Co?
JT Third wid Main streets. to *
ROPY, 11M Main street.
OR RENT.
De&lrablo upstair apaitmcut of four roomi
contrullv located, 120 per month. Doth gutt
and water. All on one lloor. Adapted to light
housekeeping. Not suited (or children. Iq.
quire at Wo. 1420 Main street. a pa
' pOR RENT.
CAMP GROUND HOTEL.
I situated on Moundsvillo Ctmp Ground. Idjqulro
at W Twelfth street. aplt
1
LEGAL NOTICES.
OFFICE OF THE OLERK OF TIIE
county Court of Ohio County, W. Va.:
I In the matter cf the probato of tie will of
Joseph Msglli, deceased
1 This Clh day of April A. D. 1W1, Lrander WcGUI
filed his pctltlou In writing. a?kiug lor tbo
probate of the will of Joseph ua?lll. dece??*d,
and It appearing by said petition and an allidaI
vlt Died herein that 8. J. Weill, wifeol D?cj(in.s
Well*. George He* ton, Msry Booth, wife ol
William Booth, Mary Lewis, klagglc Lewis and
Kmma tyon. are non-resident* ui tho state ol
WCftt Virginia, it la therefore oideicd that the
aforeuild persons do ap|>ear wltliln one month
from the first publication hereof and do what is
oewssaty to protect their interetl in this mat*
ej*nbl!shed the first timo April 8,1801.
aid w (thORUR HOOK. Clerk.
EXECUTOR'S SALE.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE
PROPERTY.
I will offer for sale at tbo front door of the
Coart ilouio of Ohio county, on
SATURDAY, MAY 16th, 1691,
at 10 o'clock a. m., the half lot on which li situated
home No. h7 Fifteenth street Thehouio
couialan eight rooms, good cellar, hot aid cold
water, both iam.
TuiMv?All the parchiM money In ca?b. except
II,WO. which la to Ix.' raid Marca 16, 1W.\
with Interest from the day uf wiio in two Installment*.
payablol'eptemLer lb, lfeOl.and the
second w lieu ihc note 1b due.
Also, on the name day at 2 o'clock n m., I
will sell at No, 87 Fifteenth street all the Howebold
and Kitchen Furniture in said houie.
Terms cash,
JAMES D. BODLEY,
Executor of tho will of James Bodley, deceased.
W. 11 HAUJtw. Auctioneer. npiH
FOR SALE.
gTOCKS FOR 8ALEL
10 shares Junction Iron Company.
10 Btmrca Atna iron & bteel tympany.
16 shares Hlvorslde Iron Work*.
10 aharta Klre it Marine Insurance Company.
16 shares Kelialro Kail Mill.
10 shares LaBclie Nail Mill.
9 abarea Street Hallway Company.
K.?. IRWIN,
tay2 Broker, No. 24 Twelfth htreet.
For sale?a farm containIK
St 23 acrea of land, located on I'etsr'a
Ban, Ohio county, W. Va There la ou the
place a good two atory frame house and other
outbulldlDRa. A fine orchard of apple tret*,
a first dm* country road to the place, good
water and good fences. For particular* Inquire
of MRS. GKhTRCDK KCHh, on the place.er
MB. I/JD18 KOBN, 020 Main street Wheellug.
W. Va. ap?*
jpor sale.
Two two-flue boiler*, 42 lncbcs diameter, 21
feet long, 15% Inch flnea, double rivltted, steam
and mud drum*. One sheet Iron stack, JW inches
diameter, CO feet high. Also geariuK for steam
freight elevator. I'osmssIou given Julj 1. tall
on or address
apso BOPLEY WAGON CO.
gTEINWAY
PIANO FOR SALE.
We havo a Btelnway Piano, good aa tew
which wo offer at a bargain.
aplft F. W. BAUMKR co.
mOR HAI/R
r
Good Building Stono!
Dellrcrcd at y place ill tie city llmlli on ihort
aoUce. For pilco, laqulre at
roi7 No. 8IM Mc(,'OLl.QCH STREET.
pOR SALE.
LARGE LOT, oorncr MwkH and Twtnly
[ourtti attceta: ttealrablc forniainilai'lutliiij ilM.
8KVKM ACRtb itu Kim UioTt; (Ualrable lol
raid coins.
W. V. HOOE 4 BBO.
<Jc? moo Market rtmt .
gMALL FARM FOR SALE.
Containing tblrtyfocr acrea. rich ?olI. *ood
mprovomttiU, One orchard of choice fruit,
tood dwelling doum? and Rood barri.
:lo?e to bt. clalmllle, Xelmont county. Ohio
Jheap and fu, tcrnu. ? T
Jnicranee and B??l *??atc Ajrcnt
dM Brldtcport. Ohio-,
DTOOK8 AND REAL E8TATK FOR
O HALK:
18 ah*rot of Ico and Storage Steele.
2S?baretBtrcet luiUay.
15*barcs Rivenldc Mock.
20 abarea Hobba Ola**.
10 abarea ^ina lion and ?ttel work*.
60 shares Whecllug I'ottery.
Uouiet 1 'Jn acd l3o? M&in itrcct.
Eoutc Cbapllne Meet I*ji.
THOSiAB O'BFIKV,
leal Estate and Ptock Brotrr, No. 1U?'i Vlin
atrret. Telephono. 433.
FOR SALE.
Engine and Boiler,
ENGINE, 7x12 Inch Cylinder,
Jlirin VnlvA.
BOILER, 10 fotot long, 28
nches In diameter, with ono
O Inch flue.
Call on or addro39
[HE IfiTELlIGEKCBR,
WnEKLINO. W.TA., _
HOOKS, 8TATlON'KllV. DTI .
^OOKS, PERIODICALS,
Stationery, Blank Hooks
od Kotlooi. Nfw?i*pcr* ?d
jbllthen ttlo. rtcMvtrrt njwht"'- * "A
ock ol cie?p Pooka. The I'HUbuniii
toper week; JOc loduaini
ita ' liiiMuk""""*

xml | txt